Welcome To Your September 22, 2017, LGMS Wolves Word Newsletter
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Your Weekly LGMS Reminders
Monday, September 25th @ 3:45 p.m.
7th Volleyball v. Elkhorn
8th Volleyball @ Elkhorn

Tuesday, September 26th @ 4:00 p.m.
7th Volleyball v. Whitewater
8th Volleyball @ Whitewater

Tuesday, October 17th - Picture Retake Day
Cross Country: Our only meet this week is on Tuesday at Fox River Middle School in Waterford. A handout with information about the meet will be sent home next week with all runners. We will have practice on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Weather is predicted to be cooler, so dress appropriately. 

Jazz Choir: Jazz Choir Permission Slips are available from Mrs. May. Jazz Choir meets every Tuesday starting on October 3rd from 2:50pm until 4:10pm. If you are currently in a sport but would like to be in Jazz Choir, please talk with Mrs. May. Jazz Choir will start the year off rehearsing holiday songs for caroling. If you love to sing come and join us and see what the excitement is all about! Permission slips are due at the first rehearsal on 10/2.

Drama Club : Lights! Camera! Action! Drama club will be starting soon! We will meet on Mondays afterschool until 4:10pm in the choir room. First meeting will be on Monday 10/9. See Mrs. May for more information and the permission slip. 

Volleyball: Seventh grade will play at home on Monday and Tuesday. Eighth grade will be at Elkhorn on Monday and at Whitewater on Tuesday. Both teams will have practice on Wedneday and Thursday. On Friday, the 7th grade will have practice and the 8th grade will be participating in a volleyball tournament at Badger High School.  

Yearbook : This is the last week you can buy your Yearbook for $23. After Friday Sept. 29th Yearbooks will go up to $25. Why wait until the end of the year to order a yearbook, order yours today! Order online at www.jostens.com or pick up an order form at the front office. 
STUDENT PICK UP: If you need to pick up your student during the day, we ask that you please send a note with your student in the morning with a time that you will be picking them up. That way we can write them a pass to hand to their teacher when it's time to leave. This avoids having to disrupt classes by calling in looking for a student.

BUS PASSES: If your student will be riding the bus home with a friend, please send a letter in the morning indicating who he/she will be going home with. We will then issue a bus pass.

LATE START: Late starts are the second Thursday of each month. On those days, school begins at 9:30 a.m. We ask that students not be dropped off earlier than 9:20 a.m. Buses run 2 hours later than normal pick up time.

LATE BUSES: Late buses run as follows:
Monday - Thursday: 3:35 p.m., 4:20 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 3:35 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

LATEX BALLOONS; We have students with latex allergies so please, no latex balloons.

WATER BOTTLES: Students are allowed to have water bottles during the school day - WATER ONLY. Please, no other liquids.
7th grade students are using the scientific method to solve problems. The students are also practicing their measurement skills during lab.
7th grade math students practicing their integer skills in a game of Integer War
LGMS Apparel is now available for purchase online only. The store will close on Friday, September 29th with delivery mid-October.

Click on this link to get to the online store: LGMS Online Apparel
Click here to see more! Flag Football Pics
For more cross country pictures,
click here: CC pics
For more volleyball pictures, click here: Volleyball Pics
Do you want to put the “fun” back into your family and parenting? Do you dream of getting your kids to listen the first time you tell them something? Than this course is for you! Participates will learn the “Love and Logic Process” created by Jim and Charles Fay.  If you are new to Love and Logic or just need to practice your skills, this course will help you put the “fun” back into parenting.  Click here for more information: Love and Logic Workshop
Parents and Students: While we understand that accidents happen, it is important that students do their best to properly care for their chromebook. Should something happen to the chromebook, students should complete a Chromebook Repair Request form and take it, along with their chromebook, to the LMC. Click on this link to view the form and repair costs: Chromebook Repair Costs
Monday, September 25
Join us at Badger High School, for a 6:30 p.m. game! Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Make sure you purchase your tickets in advance. Advance tickets are $8 for Students, $10 for General Admission, $16 for Reserved seats, and $25 for Court Side Plus. If available, tickets at the door will cost $10 for Students, $12 for General Admission and $16 for Reserved. For online purchases, a service fee of $0.99 per ticket will be added to your final total.

THE ONLINE BOX OFFICE FOR THIS EVENT WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT THE NIGHT BEFORE THE EVENT. If you purchase tickets online, you will receive your ticket via email. You MUST print the ticket(s) and bring them to the event. Your ticket will be scanned for entry
 Direct link for Wizards Tickets!! 
 Don't miss this fantastic family event! 
OCTOBER IS MANUFACTURING MONTH : Precision Plus would like to extend an invitation to you and your families to attend our open house on Saturday October 7 th  from 9am to 1pm. Tours will start at 9am and food will be ready by 10am. What a great opportunity to tour the facility of one of the leaders in Swiss Turned Components!! Don’t know what Swiss turning is, come in and talk to some of our employees and find out! Educators tell your teachers! Teachers tell your students! All are welcome. All we ask is that minors are accompanied by an adult and everyone wear good walking shoes. 

You can register from the attached flyer or go to  http://www.mfgday.com/events/2017/precision-plus-inc-5  or you can contact me at  beilmanm@preplus.com for more information. 

PARENTING TODAY'S ADVANCED LEARNERS WITH JACKIE DRUMMER: Jackie Drummer has given educator, administrator, and parent workshops on gifted education in over 150 districts in the Midwest. She was also a featured speaker at the 2016 Supporting the Emotional Needs of Gifted (SENG) Conference in Williamsburg, VA. She speaks nationwide on the behalf of gifted children and is certified as an Instructional, Team and Organizational, Systems, and Transformational Coach. Click on this link for more information and dates/locations: Parenting Today Information
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